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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10, :NUMrER| 23 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR ,,;;;J


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Only Four Contests On i Negro Is Drowned Clewiston Now Dry After ". t


i Near Harlem Monday


2nd Primary Ballots Here;! ,Walter Lewis, Harlem negro, was Record Rain On Sunday : t

drowned Monday afternoon in 'a ,
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0 I I I canal near Harlem when he attempted 'oJ _

PRECINCT 1 WILL VOTE OX Sugar Company Sends I: to cioss the canal, swollen by the Edison Foundation FLOODED CONDITION IS RE- ,,T.1
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TWO COUXTY, TWO LIEVED BY CITY DRAINAGE r.
i heavy rains, on a footlog which was ':
STATE RACES I ;
.Food To LaBelle floating. Although pulled from the Names Duff ChairmanF. WORK. ':';;
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water very shortly by other negroes '
Hendry co.unty voters will hav'eone : who ,saw him go in, none of them I I Several Clewiston residents be- K .
of the shortest ballots on re-I lieved themselves marooned in Moore "- 1Haven
Upon hearing of the flood conditions were familiar with the application D. Duff has been appointed
cord to mark in the second primary I this afternoon when the fill :.:
i in LaBelfe in Washington, I II of artificial respiration and death chairman for this city and surrounding ,' .
next Tuesday, a decided contrast to I, followed at the west end of the highway ; ;
shortly. area for the Thomas Alva Edison -
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Clarence R. Bitting, President of the '
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*, the first primary which set a record I bridge across Three-Mile canal there ,
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According to' several of the Foundation campaign. The ,
negroes purpose
\ for number of names appearing on I United States Sugar Corporation immediately -" became undermined and broke away "
he had been warned about attempting of the Foundation, nationally
them. sent word to the office of about five or six '
I leaving a gap .
the crossing but paid no directed, is to select and train youths '
Only two county wide races will [ here to send food and -I feet between the end of the pavement ,t.
necessary supplies heed to the warnings. The crossingwas of exceptional scientific ability as
run-off I I ami the abutment. The ;;'
be voted in the primary, bridge
upon "
I there to stop the gap until the 1| used by the negroes to a short- "Edison Scholars!;, carrying out a :
all of the others having been disposed highway maintenance crew was ,: ;
machinery could be set in motion for cut route across the fields from Har- project begun by the inventor before
of in the first primary, June 2.I'j I working, some distance away and it ,
lem into town. The canal was chocked his death. At least 100 youths from ,
These two races however are very) the. Red Cross and the W. P. A. to was feared that the canal would
with hyacinths and this is believed schools and industries, representative -
heated the flood relief. Three truck-I around the vringwalls of the
and are subject o a great j provide come "
to be, one reason for his drown-_ of all states, will be selected -
, deal of speculation regarding the loads of food and medicine were dispatched ing, not being able to force his way each year. bridge antI"ash away several more '
,f outcome. feet before the could be clos "
. / immediately and county officials through them when he came to the "The plan for awards set up by gap '

In one Charlie Miner and ElbertL. believed that there would be, surface after going down the first the Foundation is both democraticand ed. However they had the situation

Stewart will battle to see who will time. flexible," Mr. Duff said. "Each I well in han4 shortly after their ar-
plenty to supply the needs of the rival building a temporary crossingand
represent Hendry county in the next state will hold its own competition

session of the Legislature. Mr. Stew- LaBelle people until (such time as and grants will be of sufficient mon- starting trucks to work hauling

art is the incumbent and is tryingfor ; other help was forthcoming. etary value necessary for education, shell to fill the hole.
NEW ORLEANS FIRM
his third term at Tallahassee.In Congressman, J. Hardin Peterson training or scientific research work : The pavement was undermined by

the second Douglas Thompson !> of the individual. Candidates will be the water from the Caloosahatchee_
and Governor Dave Sholtz have been -
of Clewiston, and H. L. Delaney, of BIDS LOW ON FINAL ,selected from three general classes: which is now running: swiftly toward
working on, a plan to have $50,000 '
LaBelle are out to see who will en- youths now working in industries, the Lake. Luckily there was no car

force the county laws for the com- of WPA money' given for the relief I, graduates ,of universities, and from caught on the gap when it went out

ing four :years. Only a few votes of the flood sufferers and felt assured SECTION LAKE LEVEEA those outside school or industry who and Bridge Tender N. L. Langdale

separated these ''candidates in the that the money would be made have demonstrated 'unusual personal put up the barricade before cars

first primary and the run-off race achievement.." could drive into the hole.
available at once.
is expected to furnish plenty of ex I New Orleans contracting firm, The campaign is in no way tied'up -- '

citement.In I The District U. S. Engineer' office Wilbanks and Pierce, were low bid- with the Edison Company or any!i The tropical storm which blew

the district races, J. R. 'Doty I Wednesday afternoon sent word to ders on the last piece of Governmentlevee other industry. National committee i out of the Gulf Sunday and crossed

is matched against Mark Poole for the sub-office here to dispatch all scheduled to be built, on the members include such names as Hen- Florida did little wind damage but

County Commissioner in District 'No,1 l :available boats to LaBelle and to shores of Lake Okeechobee when the ry Ford, Harvey) Firestone, Charles I the torrential rains which fell prior
I bids were opened in the District U. G. Dawes Arthur Brisbane Charles to and following the storm inundated -
3. Jim Maddox and Mrs. Homer Taylor stand by to help anyone who needed i| I
are the contestants for School help and to take anyone wherever S. Engineer office in Jacksonville F. Kettering, Charles M. Schwab, i I the greater part of the southerntip

Board member in District No.1, they needed to go. Capt. G. E. Link- Tuesday. The bidding was close ou and Owen D. Young, who is national of Florida. The vast drainagearea

while Drew Hampton and Roy Mes- swiler had already sent several boats the fifteen and three-quarter mile chairman. of the Caloosahatchee River was

ser will race for the School Board there before the orders arrived and project however and it may be some In Florida, G. C.' Estill of Miami is pouring surplus water from the prairies

job in District No.2.I now about fifteen boats, both motors time before it is known definitely chairman of the Eastern District, both north and south of the

i Only two state races appear on the and skiffs have been made available whether or not the contract will be and John D. Harris, St. Petersburg, river and it was not long until the

City for, the LaBelle residents. In addi: awarded to the New Orleans .con- chairman of the Western District. river was out of its banks and .causing -
ballot. Fred P. Cone' of Lake
and Raleigh Petteway of Tampa are tion a barge has ,been put into use cern.The The campaign is expected to get un- serious damage to road bridges,
in the valley and, caus-
der the middle of June. flooding towns
the remaining two candidates of thee for hauling supplies into the town. bids were unofficially as fol- way
amount of inconveniencefrom
ing a great
fourteen,? entered in the Governor'srace lows: WJlbanks-Pierce, $1,058,980; 'on
angle. Bonita Springs,
prior to June 2.. Petteway Jed Arundel Corporation of Baltimore, every
fc***< state"'ticket i in the first primary $1,156,540Spadaro Construction FIRST BONUS BONDS the Tamiami Trail south of Fort
MINISTER IS SPEAKER Company I Myers, and LaBelle bore the bruntof
while Cone was hard pressed to beat of Moore Haven, $1,197- La-
the flood waters, the water in
out "Homestead Bill" Hodges, of, 040. The U. S. Engineer bid was .$1-
i Belle having dropped but a few 'inches -
Tallahassee, for the runner-up positio'n. AT KIWANISMEETING 013,086. t t- RECEIVED TUESDAY from the high point which was

However, Cone is rated as the The New Orleans firm is reported -
up to a man's armpits in the streets.
leading contender, for the governor- I to have done considerable workon of the
Clewiston experienced one
ship at this time. Rev. E. J. Headen, supply pastor ,/ the intracoastal canal and their Mr. and Mrs. A. ,V:'. Sias were kept heaviest rainfalls in her history, 8.15

The veteran State Superintendentof of the Community Church was guest \ low bid may be attributed to the fact busy on Tuesday Wednesday ofth"is inches of rain having been recorded

Public Instruction W. S. Cawthon speaker at the regular meeting of that they have equipment at this week at the postoffice when the the instruments of the United

who has never made an active campaign -I the Kiwanis Club Wednesday even- \ time on the East< Coast which they veterans began to receive their bon- States by Sugar Corporation. 7.76 inches -

for his office, is being hard-I ing and gave a most 'interesting talk| 'desire to move back to New Orleans us bonds. In the absence of Acting ", of this came Sunday and Sunday

pressed this ,year by the personable on his native state, North Dakota. j i and by picking up this job enroute Postmaster A. W. Lawrence, his as- -night over a forty-eight hour per

young Colin English of Ocala. En- First describing the geographical ;are'able to bid lower than some oth- sistant, Mr. Sias, is not only havingto and
iod ending at 8 o'clock Monday !
glish carried fifty-nine of the state's location in detail and the importance 'er contractors. While it is not defin- distribute these registered lettersto the town experienced some nice high \ r
sixty-seven counties in the first primary (Continued on 4) the veterans but also certify their
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of the Red River to the state, he i water for several days the first of
and as a result of this record signatures when request for pay-
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told of the of settlers
type particu- the week It was all taken in high
vote Mr. Cawthon is state- ment is made.Fiftyone .
making a larly the Scotch-Canadians, who, he Registered Workers To spirits by the residents, however,
wide campaign between primaries. said, had greedily attempted to farm of the letters containingthe many of them getting out boats and

English is the outstanding favoriteto too much land and as a consequencehad Report Every 60 Days bonds were received by the of- paddling about wherever the water ,
win the nomination, which in a ruined fice Tuesday and none on Wednes
great areas for further was deep enough taking pictures and
Democratic state is tantamount to day. Others were expected to arrive
farming. This item, he said was particularly "4 having a general good time. The

election. of important considerationin B. F. Brown, manager of the State shortly. Only about sixty per cent of business district was almost completely -

The vote in Hendry county is expected this area which was regarded as Employment office in Clewiston stat- the local veterans having received inundated Monday with sev- : :

to be much lighter for the the most fertile farming land in the ed this week that he had received their bonds. Of these fifty one manyof eral of the stores being barely out .' '
second primary than for the first, them were sent in for payment. : '...
world. orders to cut off any registered of water. Water was a couple of inch'j:
due partially to the usual loss of interest .I, Wheat ,farming he described ,asthe worker who failed to contact that of- Sixteen of them sent all or a portionof es deep on the floor of the postof- .; .,','

but mostly to the high water greatest industry of the state. fice either personally or by letter at their bonds io Jacksonville for fice and about the same depth on -, :,

conditions prevailing in LaBelle at He spoke of soil erosion and said least once every sixty days. He fur- payment Tuesday afternoon, 105 of the floor of the News office. In the ,; A;:

P* this time and which are not expected that he considered it a moral obliga- ther states that if the worker will the fifty dollar bonds being included. northwest part of town the situationwas '

to be greatly improved by Tues- tion of people to protect their, land mail him a penny postcard it will be Ninety-two more were sent out even worse with water a foot J'

day. from erosion and thus save the lands sufficient to f; keep him in good standing (Continued on Page 8) deep in the back yards of some of

for posterity.He and registration active. the houses in the government reser- .

Senator D. U. Fletcher told of the great stratas of H- Heretofore, Mr. Brown says, there Taylor Creek Work vation and at the home of Dr. J. W. -"

gnumite coal underlying various have been many on the rolls whomhe Ezelle the water was almost up to ,

Dies of Heart FailureThe parts of the state and of how fires has not contacted for several To Be Let July 7th a level with his front porch.

had been burning in the beds in plac- months at a time and this has not The city pump went into action

(Continued on Page 8) affected their registration. The new immediately and large crews of men

veteran United States Senator ruling makes it necessary that this ;Advertisements appearing in the were put to work cleaning out all

from Florida, Hon. Duncan U, LAKE: LEAGUE EXPECTEDTO contact be made or there will be no daily papers this week call for bids the ditches in the townsite to facil-

Fletcher of Jacksonville, died suddenly L'lEGIN NEXT SUNDAY choice other I than to strike off the on' the dredging of Taylor's Creek itate more rapid handling of the

Wednesday morning of heart name of the worker from the' rolls. from Lake Okeechobee to Okeecho- water. As a consequence the town-

failure at his apartment in Washington. With the ClewistonEengineersteam bee City, bids to be opened on July site was almost dry by Wednesdayand ;

He was seventy-seven years of playing Pahokee and Moore Schmeling K. O.'s LewisIn I 7 at the district engineer's office in at this time there is little indi-
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age and had spent ,twentyeightyears Haven playing Belle Glade, both Jacksonville.This cation that there has ever been a

as Florida's senator, being games on the east shore of the lake 12th Round of BoutMax work, which consists of wid- flood in the greater part of town. ;

elected to the office first in 1908. I next Sunday, the season of the Lake ening and deepening Taylor Creekto Lawns have been mowed, removing ?

He was second in seniority only to !League is expected to be inaugurated --. provide better drainage facilitiesfor the mud-covered grass and' at this

Senator Borah and was one of tht !|lit was announced this week by H. O. Schmeling, Germany's pug the town of Okeechobee and a time Clewiston is easily, the driest ".

most influential and loved of all Peters of the U. S. Engineers. ilistic pride, sprang the greatest surprise navigation channel will involve the town of those affected by the heavy

senators been head in Washington. He had I Games were scheduled for the past of recent years in his fight to removal of approximately 450,000 .rain. (

of the important currencyand Sunday I( but the heavy rains on that night with Joe Louis by knocking cubic yards of material. At'LaBelle it is a different story. '

banking committee during the I' day prevented any games being play- out the Detroit "Brown Bomber" in r ,The water reached its highest point .

trying years while the country: has ed. the twelfth round of their scheduled Engineer Officials Here there Wednesday night, an eleva- -f
been pulling out of the depression r
I the water
fifteen round fight. Schmelinghad tion of 18.9, the highest
j and for several months, during tho!i' INTIOKIOR OF ISAKItACKS not been conceded even an outside -- has been( in that city since the record !. r..
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construction present session, has fought for the I IS BRING REPAINTED chance to win and the odds were Col. Earl North, district, U. S. Engineer flood In 1924. At that time the water t :
of
Cross-State
ttye can in favor his reached a level of .about 20.5. i
al. greatly of the negro. and Capt. P. A. Feringa,
It is believed '
by many that his The United States Sugar Corporation Louis started out like a whirlwindas assistant were here Thursday to I There has been no way of reaching

long hours of work in behalf of this' is having the interior of the usual but failed to make the impressIon make an inspection trip over the LaBelle except by boat as washouts ",
project hastened
This is the his death. ( Barracks at the sugar house repainted on the Teuton that he had flooded Caloosahatchee valley. They have occurred on both highway and
second senator Flor- j and renovated this* week. or railio3d. Road 25 is under water for I
on
ida' has lost previous fighters. In spite the were accompanied on the trip by '
months during the past two' New plumbing is being installed fact that he did considerable dam- Capt. G. E. Linkswiler, Mark R. several miles and has been blocked

having ,been Senator Park Trammell : and several new showers in, preparation age to Schmeling's left eye early in Lawler of the Clewiston sub-office, by the State Road Department at
the
victim
attack of a heart for the coming sugar season. the fight, the German took all that Fred Flanders, of Moore Haven. Ben Fred Whidden's station, ten miles
on May 8. Successors to both I
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will | he had to offer and came back to Herr, engineer for the Okeechobee west of Clewiston. It is expected to
be
men
chosen
. at a special primary I
win from the tired and disillusionednegro Flood Control District and Thos. be some time before tho road is
which
will
September. Governor be held probablyin appoint a temporary successor to with a barrage of rights in the! McE. Johnston, federal attorney of again open to; traffic. At the high-
Sholtz will I
1 serve until next January. twelfth round. Miami. (Continued on Page E)
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!r f-' Breakneck Speed, BRISBANETHIS News Review of Current I .THE CHEERFUL CHERUB '.

That Disqualifies. MMHM M B B M M H M A

. Id[ like to nttta friends uitK
Let a man start at breakneck speed Events the World Over
WEEK the end birds
r. in the morning, pushing and driving' 'squirrels

j' and hurrying, as if it were a matter And write Famous books

p of life and death to accomplish a I
given task before noon, and he will 160,000 Horses Tout creatures Ive known

i, \generally end by working himself A New DemocracyThin Sudden Death of Speaker Byrns-Rome Hails Badoglio But I kite to intrude on
! and harassing lien Live
f into a fever of anxiety Longer
,; care before night, and' the man 1IustVe Have War? While London Cheers Haile Selassie-Rural their privacy much -

r r., who under any pretext whatsoever,, The well advertised Queen Mary, Housewives of World Convene.By Tney seem to

r whether for the sake of wealth or looking very big moving up to her New prefer that I )

learning, or pleasure:, has pursued York dock, represented -

C, this mad I,. rushing, whirling: method in realitythe EDWARD W. PICKARD let them
; of life for fifteen or twenty years, f"4:: quintessence off I zione L
; will find himself: thoroughly disqualified Western Newspaper Union. ,.
compressed power.
h":1'C'"n
": for the normal enjoyment of j'l On the way over D EATH, sudden and unexpected groes, Hindus, Chinese, and colored

the days he has before him.-George she developed one came to Joseph Wellington Byrns, people from all part; of the world. 0

l: L. Perin. hundred and sixty speaker of the house of representatives There was an outburst of wild cheer-

.,', thousand horse and put an end to a notable ca ing when Selassie, bareheaded and WXU ServiceROMANS

.: power. reer. The veteran Tennessee _",_" wearing a long black cape, stepped
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That number of congressman I from his private sleeping car and was
,,: DO WE? ? horses hitched in suffered a heart attack { greeted by many notables. KNEW
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The Eskimo uses his harpoon not >
pairs, one'ahead of followed by 11 ,.;.,
to kill but to retrieve game. the other, would cerebral hemorrhage "d'n/ j MISS CLARA DUTTON NOYES::: Near MIkulov, in Czechoslovakia,
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make a "t e a m" 'and passed away withIn ( ;. director of the Ameri- a two-thousand-year-old; Roman camp
few hours in hi- '''''-11 has been found, with evidence that
more than two hundred a can Red Cross nursing service, diedin

-and--- -fiftv-- miles apartment in the Mayflower Washington a few minutes after she the Ilomans had: a system of central

Arthur Brisbane long. Still more remarkable .hotel. Washington. was stricken while driving to work in heating. The finds reveal that heat

power For 27 years Mr her car. Miss Noyes was assistant director was circulated through hollow

compression is that of the flying en- Byrns had representedthe : of the American Red Cross spaces in the walls.

gine, which compresses the power of a "Hermitage dls, ...-........ nursing service during the World war. 4BlackDraught's
1,000-pound horse into less than three trier of Tennessee in J. W. Byrns : She also had been superintendent of

pounds of metal. the house and he was nurses at the Bellevue and allied hos- Reputation

I elected speaker when the Seventy- pitals in New York. The confidence people have in

A The government offered for sale six fourth congress convened In January, Cyrus Hall McCormick, whose father Black-Draught, built up from satisfactory -

zv. ;; MAGIC SKIN hundred millions of 2% per cent bonds, 15)3.He!): ;)" was a master of parliamentary developed the farm reaper and who use so many years, is shownin

y, four hundred millions of 1% per cent strategy and so fair-minded a himself helped organize the Interna its being handed on from one gen-

8'r / notes. The whole issue Is oversub- presiding officer' that all even ,his po- tional Harvester company and was its eration to another. It must be goodto

f scribed. litical opponents praised and admired president for 33 years, died at his homein have such a strong following."We .

REMOVES FRECKLES,BLACKHEADS QUICK{ for those that have hI in. Refore becoming speaker heserved Lake Forest, 111., at the age of sev- have used Black-Draught for twen-
-RESTORES CLEAR, LOVELY SKIN It is a comfort I the appropriations ty years," writes Mr. Fred Richardson, of
long on
risk to invest even years enty-seven years. He was noted as a Hartshorne, Okla. mother
money and want no "My has used it
All you do is this: ((1)) At bedtime free of Income committee, as member and chairman progressive business man, liberal with for fifty years. It is the best medicine I
at low interest rates,
thin film of NADINOLA
spread a know anything about. I take it for
and he also was leader of the his employees and always interested sour
Cream over your face-no massaging, tax. payments. stomach and constipation or when I feel
,' no rubbing. ((2) Leave on while yfcu Democratic majority and chairman of actively in public welfare movements.He sluggish and bad. Black-Draught is splendid
much simpler
Watch daily improvement- Such an investment Is the campaign to regulate the bowels, cleansing them
sleep. ((3)) Democratic congressional was rated as one of the wealthiestmen ,
;, usually in 5 to 10 days you will see a than running the risk of a business committee. of waste matter, ridding them of constipation.
marvelous transformation. Freckles, enterprise with rolls and Jobs at- ii America and gave millions of I expect to use it twenty-five yean
blackheads disappear; dull coarsened pay Grief for Mr. Byrns' death was general dollars educational. and charitable more if I live and it gives satisfaction as
{ skin becomes creamy-white satin- tached.To and'sincere in Washington official- organizations. it has always given.

smooth, adorable! Fine results positively tax: heavily the man who uses his dom.It 1 am shocked beyond all Imagination. -

and guaranteed trusted for with nearly NADINOLA-tested two generations.All money and brains togh'e work to oth- ."- said Representative BertrandH. JUST as the "popular front" In France Little in CommonThe

toilet counters, only 50c. Or'write ers, and free from taxation those that Snell of New York, the minority taking over the government the second-rate mind rarely ad-

NADINOLA, Box 46, Paris, Tenn. buy bonds and take their ease, Is a' leader. "It Is a terrible thing. It Is country was distracted by strikes that mires the first rate one.

a-; brand-new kind.of democracy. an almost irreparable loss." spread rapidly to almost all Industrial

Senator Joseph T. Robinson of Ar- centers and Involved all manner of

/(0/( : AND IF YOU HAVE TO Men of middle age and older may kansas, the majority leader, after ex- trades. The workers demanded higher

.SEAl THEIR learn from Civil war veterans in the pressing his own sense of loss, added: wages, a 40-hour week and a closed

Memorial day parade, some ninety and "His work during the session has been shop, and they went out by the hun-

PE'IF YOU FLAVOR IN TIGHT. some ninety-three; one, who led New very difficult and trying.. He was a dred thousand though they knew they

4: WANT GOODPRESERVES YOU HAVE TO USE York city's G. A. R. procession, past great speaker." were causing great 'embr.rrassment to

ninety-six years of age. President Roosevelt In a statement their own leaders. In many cases the
YOU HAVE GENUINE PE.KOTO
'. SEAL All the old soldiers are very thin from the White House expressed well strikers took possession of the closed

?HEIR EDGE JAR RINGS. men, averaging in weight less than 140 the high esteem in which Mr. Byrnswas plants. '

DELICIOUS pounds., Had they been fat they wouldbe held. Said. he: In, Spain the_ syndicalists tied up -

FLAVOR IN 'TH T'S ALL In the grave, not in any parade.General ."Fearless). incorruptible, unselfish various industries by strikes that In- INSTANT SURE RELIEFI

!ill1!:! THERE IS TO IT! with a high sense of Justice, wise in volved about 250.000 workers and that Apply New De Luxe Dr. SchoU's

of vision calm In adversity were marked by several murders and Zino-pads wherever the shoe rubs or
Pershing cut a big birthday counsel, broad presses and you'll have instant relief
cake with a general's sword, Mrs. and modest In victory, be other outrages. Augusto Barcia, min Coma callouses or bunions stop hurting at
Ister'' of state, said the government once. These cushioning pads soothe and
Roosevelt looking on, and on Memorialday served his state and the nation with heal; prevent sore toes, blisters. Quicklyremove
he warned America against another fidelity, honor, and great usefulness. planned to outlaw the syndicalists If corns or callouses. They are flesh
color waterproof don't come off in the
in orders
they persisted disobeying
war. I personally mourn the passing of a bath; economical. Sold everywhere.
from the of labor and
friend of ministries the
To believe that this country can be steadfast many years.
Int'o Impressive funeral services were held interior. 0 0 ,
I dragged a war without a repetition
of the house, the Presi-
In the chamber
of our big war folly is not complimentary -
1 H. THOMAS until British
recently -
dent, members of the cabinet and numerous 0 1
to those in charge. No foreign .
** coloniaI'secretar was found
diplomats being present' In ad
pE'KO nation would force war on the
} ] EDGE
responsible by a special government
all 'members of The
1 dition to congress.
;. ROYALLIp STYLE United States, and thus put United then taken to Nashville. tribunal for the leak in budget secrets -
body
was Freedom of SelfControlWho
States resources, and any fighting qual-
which enabled some of his friendsto
Mr. Roosevelt accompanied -
Tenn., for burial and
then is free? The wise
ities that Americans may possess, on the special congressional profit largely through Insurance man

the side of that foreign nation's en- committee there. against tax raises. Final dispositionof who can govern himself.-Horace.

emies. The house elected W.lliarn B Bank the case" was left to the house of

t F head of Alabama speaker for the remainder commons. Thomas, once an engine
0y The unfortunate congressman, Zion- of the session. wiper and later a powerful figure In

: check, from the Northwest, is lockedup The death of Speaker 1 Byrns followed organized labor and politics, termed flfuy-R

UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY In Washington, his sanity to be in' closely that of another well-known the tribune's verdict "cruel. He said: VBIACKIEAF40"fKeeps

United Stiles Rubber Products lac. vestigated, after he visited the White congressman A. Platt Andrew of Mas- '"My own conscience Is clear., I repeat Dogs Away from

i 1790 6radar,. New Tort N.Y.,Room 620 House with a present of empty beer sachuset.s, a Republican. He died of what I previously stated upon oath : fromyour Get [EvergreenSjShrubsetc.

bottles for the President.The that I Jiade no disclosures of budget k 18MUse UiTeaspoonfnl
Gloucesterat
:: ,'PJEg'Ko JEIGJEJAR Influenza at his home in Gallon of Spray.
] )) ( Dealer per
unfortunate congressman's an the age of sixty-three. Mr. Andrew, secrets to anybody ,,,,

tics are not Important in themselves,
who taught economics at Harvard more

R1lffiJBJERS.] but you wonder what qualities were than thirty years ago, was director of RURAL housewives from many coun-

seen in him by the voters. the mint for a few months under Pres- began their third triennial

ident Taft and then was assistant secretary conference In Washington with Mrs.

:' The United States He elected I AKrpri Watt of Canada presiding. iJ
: No Need to Suffer Supreme court of-- the-, treasury.- was
; declared unconstitutional a New York to congress In 1921. and supported Their first meetingwas

.i Sickness"r state law that would permit New Yorkto much of President Roosevelt's early held in 1930 In
"Morning the secondIn
. Vienna, and
fix a minimum- wage. for women, and legislation.
"Morning sickness"-is caused by an children. Stockholm three 1
,
acid con ition. To avoid it, acid must be Chief Justice. Hughes, who did not years later. Secretaries -
r' offset by alkalis -such as magnesia. agree with the majority opinion, wrote: MARSHAL PIETRO BADOGLIO, Hull and Wal-
and
of Ethiopia now Franklin
; "I find nothing In the federal Constitution lace and Mrs. -
Recommend
Why Physicians viceroy of that part of the D. Roosevelt, wife
which denies tothe state the reconstitut'l
t Milnesia Wafers power to protect women from being exploited ed "Roman empire," ,. I of the President extended The Crying .and Restlessness.
Kternal City in triumph .
; to
. Tbcse mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are by over-reaching employers.:' greetings of children is frequently an indicaonofWormsorTapewormin -
pure milk of magnesia in solid form- and was vociferously the visitors, but thesys't -
the most pleasant to take it. Each welcomed as be-I
way .yond .that there
; .. American cotton growers fighting the ...... m. The cheapest, safest, and
..
wafer is approximately equal to a full adult a hero. Sixty thousand ;.JS: and
boll weevil will sympathize'with Argen- no set speeches medicine for ridding children -
dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed Romans welcomed Mrs. Alfred Instead quickest,
r thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct tine growers, attacked by vast swarms hln as he Watt little, formality.farm wives- or adults of these parasites is.
-, and the of locusts far than the
acidity in the mouth throughout devouring worse
and insure 9q: stepped from his held "exchange of experience" sessions Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT'Vermifuge-
-) digestive system quick complete any weevil. The Argentine ministryof s' .,
.. r train & and Premier exhibits of
elimination of the waste matters that agriculture announces 10,000 tons of t-- viewed elaborate
S// headaches bloated feelings and Mussolini modestly and crafts of organ-
, cause gas, cotton devoured, 60000; acres invade'd. rural need.ework
S
a dozen other discomforts. -s/-.a waited in the background lied of the participating -
Farmers fight. the locusts by erecting ;_ countrywomen
ir Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and r. I until they had nations, and attended "open
walls of sheet iron or digging ditches "
t. 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and inconvenient I shouted their greetings houses" held by all branches of the ,
Into which the locusts swarm, ,to be SOc a bottle at dniBTfrists or
4 r' tins for your handbag contain to the veteran federal government in which countrywomen Wright's Pill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City
I, ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximately sprayed with gasoline ,and burned. Viceroy warrior. Then II Duce I particularly interested.
r. one adult dose of milk of magnesia. All Tons of the pests are thus destroyed. Badoglio are
came forward and
i good drug stores sell andrecommend them.
-t' -Kissed the viceroy on both cheeks anti A report Just made public the busi- 5ANDIOJARS'THE1OC
Mayors of Arab cities InPaiestine IN
Start using these delicious, effective
the high ranking Fascist military lead. ness advisory council proposes a
anti-acid,gently 1 laxative wafers today warn the British that they must stop SIZE CONTAINS 3'/t TIMES .,
paid homage. With the premier basis for Industrial self-
Jewish: immigration and the sale of ers simplified -=== AS MUCH AS THE 5t SIZE JIJi.
Professional samples sent free to registered und the picked troops forming the escort regulation through the medium of voluntary WHYPAYMORErI
land to Jews in Palestine The British
physicians or dentists if request is madeon of honor were the entire cabinet. joint agreements on unfair
professional letterhead. S.Ucl Products answer to the warning will probablynot LIE
Several days later a great military review trade practices enforceable by the federal
be satisfactory to the Arabs. It Is M9l
Inc.. 4402 23rd St., _Long Island City, N. Y.
was held. trade commission. The report was I
reported also that the central com- I PETROLEUM JELLY
35c & 60cbottles mittee for Palestine of the -"Com The other side of the picture was prepared by the council's committee on

munist party" is distributing literature seen In London, where Halle Selassie, unfair trade practices of which Lin- I WNU-7 -3t

sz urging British soldiers in Pales- the deposed emperor of Ethiopia, arrived coln Filene of Boston is chairman.

1 20c tins tine to mutiny. ,ln tears and sadness, though be
was given an ovation by the cheering THE so-called industrial meblliza

President Lewis, of Lafayette col- thousands that bad seldom been accorded plan of the War department,

lege, thinks wars would end if mon- to visitors to England. Many providing for a military dictatorship
MiI MeYrr archs who voted for it were put in of the Londoners carried Ethiopian over labor capital and Industry, as STOPS ITCHING OR MONEY BACK
censorship of the press in wartime Gat Tetterina and get Instant relief from
front line trenches. That might pre- flags or scarlet banners reading "Wel well as skin
any Itching. 60c at all drug stores
all come to the Emperor." With the white was severely condemned in a re-
vent some wars, not or sent postpaid on receipt of price.
King Features Syiiillcfcl, iuo. sympathizers were many African] port to the senate by the munitions SHUPTRINE CO..D pt.3.Savannah.Gm. '
The Original Milk of Maenooia Watr .
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Service j
chiefs in native robes, Somalis, ne committee.

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IMPROVED Close ObservationIT
i well-behaved boys! are found S
A and Phrases
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL 1 I in nice, well-behaved homes; andthat's -
@ IS the close observation of i
that.
little things which Is the secret Ab ovo. (L.) From the egg; from
SUNDAY Little i If you can get a lot of fun out of the origin.Ad .
of success In business, In art, in I
LessonBy mind, know how to live In- interim
science, and In every pursuit in your you (L.) In the meantime
'
life. Human knowledge Is but expensively.Adam v during the Interval.

Member REV. P.of B Faculty F1TZWATER Moody Bible D. D.. Bit an accumulation of small facts, and Eve once bossed the A la bonne heure. (F.) In the nick; -

Institute of Chicago. made by successive generationsof whole world, but prosperity was too of time.
:) Western Newspaper Union. men-the little bits of knowledge much for them.If Isis dat nul cito dat. (L.) He gives
Humoro twice who
gives promptly.
and experience carefully small town visitors to the city
Lesson for June 21. treasured up and growing at would only attend a classical con- Chateau en Espagne. (F.) A castle ?
In Spain; a castle in the air.
.
( length Into a mighty pyramid.- cert, listen to scientific lecture, visit .
Coup de raaltre. (F.) Master \
JESUS EXALTED: Samuel Smiles. the library and the art ;gallery "
stroke. ,
----- they might not think "cities are so .
In loco parentls. (L.) In the
LESSON TEXT-Luke 24:36-53. FATHERLY ADVICE A good name lost is seldom regained. wicked." place
.; GOLDEN TEXT-Wherefore God also .When character is gone, of a parent.
- ,'- hath highly exalted him, and given hima I In trying to make the world pleasant Poeta nascitur, non fit. (L.) The '-
to all is and one of the richest
.My boy. said the business man gone ,
name which Is above every name. for other people, you find 00 per poet Is born, not made.
PhilIppIans 2:9. !II h son, "there are two things that are jewels of life is lost fore\er.-J.Ilawes. cent of them will reciprocate.
, PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus' Goes Home vitally necessary if you are to succeedIn Exceptio probat regulam. (L.) The
," to Heaven. I There ls something wrong with the exception proves the rule.
business. II
JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus Goes Home to I character that is impaired by truth.
Heaven. "What are they, dad?

INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR "Honesty 'and sagacity." \ Don't Harbor ResentmentNo Lost Continent Believed
.
TOPIC-The Lord We WorshIp "Wh.it: is honesty?" z&dQphileL\
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT matter what happens, person on earth can hope to ,to Lie Under Arabian Sea .
"Always-no
TOPIC Exalted Christ and the Unfinished -
-The advance while harboring In the hearta
Task. nor how adversely it may affect you- I
Sa case of resentment toward his or
always keep your word once you have : wI1
The lost continent of Godwanaland
In order properly to view the ascension it""And her service.It ,
given
of Christ Into heaven, it wouldbe ?" is a sensible man who doesn't or Lemuria, famous In poetry and
sagacttyeyer
well to study his ministry duringthe ":\ give it."-Santa Fe Maga It's Useless to Wish expect more than one expression of !legend, now is believed to lie under"
r forty days prior to his ascension. zlne. Trouble not yourself with wishingthat gratitude for a favor. the Arabian sea instead of the Indian

I. The Walk of the Two Discouraged things may be just as you would Those who are "blunt" in their ocean, as was formerly sup

Disciples (vv. 13-15)). RIGHT AGAIN have them ; but be well pleased that statements aren't very sensitive and posed.A .

Emmaus was !seven:' and n half miles they should be just as they are, and they think others are not. group of scientists, studying the

northwest of Jerusalem. Just why then 'you will be at ease. What We Do CountsHalf region since last autumn, think the

_ these disciples were walking this way Let conscience be your guide ; but the people that achieve fame whole area from the Gulf of Adento -

we do not surely know. Perhaps their don't be so presuming as to offer It didn't start out with that Intention. the Indian coast was once dry

home was there. Or they were merely ; for the guidance of other people. They merely followed their liking.It land. Besides other'IndIcations, they "

walking to seek relief from their stunning Don't find fault more than 10 per Is not what we read, but what found the water to be impregnatedwith

sorrow. If they had believed what ft cent of the time. Nothing 'wearies we remember, that makes us learned.It a gas which'can be formed only

Jesus had told them about his death : people like long listening to fault Is not what we Intend, but what by decaying plant and animal life.

and resurrection, they would have escaped finding. I I we do, that makes us useful.. -Washington Post

this great disappointment. Unbelief -

causes many heartaches and dis

:appointments. The topic of conversation .
was the tragedy of the cross and -
1 i
the resurrection rumors. So little had 1

his teaching about the resurrection Impressed -

the disciples that the reports "Ma, Is Mr. Fulhouse very old?"

which the women brought were as Idle "No, dear; why do you ask?",

tales to them. "I think he must be, 'cause I heardpa '

-- II. The Unrecognized Companion say last night he raised his ante." f r'/ GUM-DIPPED


1. Who he was (v. 15)). While they Knew About the Ark 9 CO S PROTECT

reasoned together on the wonderful The teacher at a London school :: -

events of the last few days Jesus noticed during the Scripture lesson :e1;' 1' TN R !IVESt
joined them. When he questioned them that a small boy At the bottom of the IC ,2

concerning: their sadness they did not class seemed to be finding the ques-
" recognize him. How often we are so tions too difficult. ) // AN YOURS

engrossed with our sorrows and dis "Now, Jimmy," she said, "I'll give

:appointments that we ,fail to recognize you an easy question: What do you

Jesus, even though he is walking by know about the ark?" (

our side. "Please, miss." answered Jimmy, "flfr/fi7

2. His question (v: }17)). Perceiving after a moment's thought, "It's what the
,
their sadness and)' perplexities, he 'erald angels sings."

sought to help by .calling: forth.a state-

>-- ment of their grief. Contrary Sex .

3. Their answer (v. 18). His questions "So this fine, little ,baby Is a girl," .
-so surprised! them that they beamed the distinguished visitor, as he // -

jumped to the conclusion that he was walked around the baby show.
11 stranger In Jerusalem. The condemnation The proud father assented. WORLD FAMOUS DRIVER f

and crucifixion of the great "And this other one is of the con-

prophet of Nazareth were so recent trary sex?"
KNOW ONLY ORE TIRE IS
:and notorious that no one who had His wife's eye-was on him, but with
lived In Jerusalem could be I Ignorant thought of the wrath to come, he replied I-

.. .of them. : $+ / THE MASTERPIECE
III. The Scriptures Opened (vv. 2531) "Yes sir, she's a girl, too.Ireland'sOwn.

OF TIBE CONSTRUCTION
I
1. His rebuke (vv. 25-30)). He did i

not rebuke, them, for not believing the The Way of All Toy. V.restone .

strange stories that they had heard. Sunday School Teacher Now, j

:but for Ignorance of and lack of con Claude,, can you tell us what becameof
fidence In the Old Testament Scrip the ark? H IOH SPEED TYPE \:
tures. had such GUM DIP P TIRES i i
They only accepted jjoy-The baby sucked all the paintoff
4.50..21 S 8.60 I \ .
parts of the Old Testament as suited
the ark
Noah and dad on
stepped
their notions. The very center and and smashed it.-Stray Stories Maga WIN INDIANAPOLIS 500 MILE RACE 4.75..1f) . 9.0 'j

\ F heart of the Old Testament Scriptures zine. 52518. .. 0.8S I -i.

set forth the death and resurrection of On May: 30th,Louis Meyer broke the track record,at 109 miles 5.50-17 . 11.90 : .

Christ. Ignorance of the Scripturesand Only One Conclusion"My hour,driving: the entire race without trouble of any kind He is the 6.00..16. 3.5 : "i
unbelief as to the wonders and the only driver ever to win the race three times, and has always used i
friends, said campaign 600 17 H,D.. 1
complete redemption wrought by Christ "I full of uncertainty" Firestone Tires. No tires except Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires could 15.90 ;
orator, am
robs us of many joys and deprives us A number of people In the audience have resisted the terrific heat generated at such high sustained 6.00-19 H.D.. 6.90

of power as workers for Christ. looked at one another and hoarsely speeds. You can have no greater proof of blowout protection. 6.50..17H.D.. 8.40 I .

2. Jesus Recognized (vv. 31-35)). whispered, "He must have been eatinghash.Table ,Not one of the thirty-three drivers would risk his life on any other 700.17 HD.. %%.30 1-

While sitting at meat with the dls talk; tire, for each driver knows that heat is the chief cause of tire failure 750.17 H.D.. 3.75 j '% -

dples their eyes_ were opened as they -.--- and blowouts. Firestone cords are soaked in liquid rubber, which !
saw him bless the bread and distribute
.
Much CheaperMrs. saturates and coats every cotton fiber, preventing friction and heat FOR TRUCKS -
_s It to them.. We too can see the
Lord on such common occasions as eating A-Do you find it more economical and adding great strength. This is the Firestone patented process of 600.20 ;

a meal If we have, open eyes. Indeed to do your own cooking? Gum-Dipping. that gives you greatest blowout protection and safety. S8.85 '

we ought to see him when eating, Mrs. B-I do. My husband doesn'teat Profit by the experience of famous drivers. See your nearest 7'50'20 a 39.0 I

buying, selling, and In our recreations, half so much as he did.-Montreal Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store or Firestone Dealer, and 30x5T/VlTy! t. 8.75 I

for he has promised his abiding pres- Star. have your car equipped today with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. 32x6 H.D.. 40.5

, ence. They were so filled with joy over
,i:, ." this revelation of the Savior that they NO PUZZLE Ti r $ ton STANDARDDesigned OtNr ShaPrlc.d Proportionll/iy Law t ,

hastened back to Jerusalem to tell the THElg

other disciples of his resurrection. O
and -constructed by, Firestone PlD
IV. Jesus Stands in the Midst of the o
skilled tire engineers a first quality tire AVT !
Eleven (vv, 30 17). built of all first grade materials, embodying v
1. He said, "Peace be unto you" (, 0 the many exclusive Firestone patented 95

\ (vv. 30, 37). l /o construction features.Its exceptional quality "
However they were terrified and af .1 : and service at these low prices are made "
frighted. Sinful man In the presence l7 I I \ ( ill possible by large volume production in the
4.40.41 world's efficient tire factories. '
most
'
of-a holy God is III at ease. > \
2. He showed them his hands and

his feet (vv. 33-40). In older to con I i STANDARD TYPE SEAT ROVERS

vince them of his personal Identity, he
SIZE PRICE '
pave them tangible evidence that he, ;
-
was not a mere spirit. 4.5021$7.75

:;, :3*. lie ate before them (vv. 41-45). "Mar> has the clearest complexion 4.7S-19.S.2S-18._ 8.0 oat6u S
/'. 9.75 $ S rFS/eau
, 50 0 iui '
4. fie commissioned them '
,,\.- to evangelize In the world. 55017.. 10.70
the world (vv. 4G-4D). They "Yes, you can easily see through It. FOR TRUCKS

_ Were to testify concerning his shed 1 6.00-20.. 116.95 BRAKE
;.. blood and resurrection, and on this Streamlined 30x5__1, 21.30 SENTINEL TYPE COURIER TYPE gpT1ERIE5 LINiKl3 '
e around they were to preach Of good 'quality A good service r5 ,
, repentance 1 hear you stayed In a haunted Proportlonitely low and conttructioa able tire for 25 X330 ,
and remission of sins to all nations house last night. What happened?" and backed by the owners of smallcar S pat sat
'
"About twelve o'clock a ghost came ;.::', a uro FAN" BE 5 d.':: guarantee.Fleet tone name An outstanding and who want Vport"ua "
5. Jesus ascends Into heaven (vv.iiO5n through the wall just as If there were A uro s p P LI ES G value in its new tire afetyat E1t ClDoe
Pofislt price clau.ODiCTj low coit.
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no wall there. : : Chsrnois fret) '
;y SOe
Having given them the parting message "And what did you do?" % Sponzel.---_ .2ge 4.50-21 Se.Oy 4.40-21 $5.00 PLUGS .
to evangelize the world he ascended "I went through the opposite wall .M IYox (10---- fOe I,, RADIATOR NOSE 4.75-19 6.40 4.50-21 sec i 58e
6.05
Into heaven. From his placeIn the same \\ay-" .K Polishin ::- SOe C 5.00-19 4.75-19 S.9Z wy .,
5.25-18 7.60 rain
heaven he continues to carry on his ,, Suo Gfa i0so" fSe I, t r" pa Y 30x3V4Cl. 4.33 .,
Si work through his disciples as they are Proof 1., -- fOe II ft. OtMn PropotLon.bltorI =

energized by the Holy Ghost. Just as Mistiess Help! Your master's I I I I I I I FH
we treasure the last words of our departed drawer has been rifled.
loved ones, so we should ponder Servant didn't do Lt. None of my Listen 'to the Voice of Firestone every Monday night over N. B. C. Nationwide Network i

this farewell message of our Lord. keys fit It.
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The Clewiston News that It makes a bit of difference I CORNELIUS POOLE DIES job for only one submitted a bid. reached that place the story was that

where a man comes from if he is the I AT HOOKER'S POINT HOME:: Russell Badgett, of Memphis, Tenn., the pkeechobee levee had broken. -

RIGHT,, man. I bid $407,700 for the job while the Within a week it is expected that

Published every Friday in Clewiston, It takes a lot of votes from all I Cornelius Poole, 64, died Sundaymorn'lng government estimate was 247912. Diston Island territory will be as ,

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, sections of the state to elect a governor at 3:30 o'clock at his homeat Because of the great difference In dry as ever.COUNTY ...}
,. and a man is inclined to lean Hooker's Point of complications the bid and the estimate, Col. Earl
Inc.
over backwards in favoring other believed to have arisen from a liver North, District U. S. Engineer stated HOME OWNERS

sections than his own home town or and heart disorder. He had been in that the engineers would probably RECEIVE \ $18,023.82I

county for fear of bein' accused of ill health for the past two years but I do the work' themselves. If so, the

J Kea h'ler: Bowden, Editor partiality to the home folks. had at no time been confined to his l dredge Welatka, closest of the U. S. I I Jacksonville, June 18.-Home

bed for any great length of time. His dredges will probably be brought owners In Hendry County have received -
Fred Cone would prove a mighty last illness began Saturday when he back from Jacksonville to do the loans for modernization, amounting -

Entered as second class mail matter good governor for South Florida :and was brought home from work. Some job. I to $18,623.82, according to

February 1, 1927, at' the 'Pos t by the same token Raliegh Petteway teeth had been taken out during the Walter Hawkins, State director of

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under would prove a safe man for North previous week at the doctor's orderin JUSTO1ISLAND PUMPS' the National Emergency Council.
.
the Act of March 3, 1897. Florida. So there you are. It simply an attempt to correct his trouble TAKING CARE OF WATER The total funds represent loans to ,
but this is not believed to have hast- 42 individual home owners.
remains for the voters to determine -
ened his death. One mortgage, amounting to $4-
In their own mind which of the Although the large pumps in Dis-
Subscription rate, $2.00 per ,year The body was taken to Fort De- I ; 000 has been accepted from the coun-
best ton Island were started up'as soon;
two able gentlemen is equip-
naud for burial and services held ty for insurance.
Advertising: rates on application +as the rain began to fall last Friday,
ped by training, experience and ability there Monday morning. I I Funds advanced came from pri-
the rainfall too much
heavy
i was over vate
sources and were used for labor -
to Surviving relatives
serve. include his
the
large area and the tract be-
Devoted to the advancement an d Both men have clean records; widow, son, Connie and two child came flooded In spite of all efforts. and materials. .

.welfare of Clewiston and Headry ren, his daughter, Mrs. D. M. Rush- I
However the water the
both men have the respect and support on groundwas "'I
County. ing, of Fort Lauderdale and two
of fellow citizens know not comparable with other sec-
who
i I children two L. B. MershonAGENT
brothers, Wm. Pooleof
iI where
I them best. During the next few days LaBelle tions the rain fell and by the
an'd Charles Poole, of Or- middle
citizens of Florida will look into the of the week great progress
A sad blow to the state of Flor lando; two half sisters, Mrs. Ida had been in
made
the wat-
ida-the'death i of Senator DuncanU. faces of the two aspirants, listen to Cochrane of Alva and Mrs. ,Laura table. lowering

Fletcher.' their appeals and choose the man Yeomans of Goodno and one half- er New York Life
whose personality and sincerity of Some' trouble was experienced bya
brother, Tom Poole of LaBelle.
purpose most appeals to them.It break in the District's levee near Insurance Company
Tt will be something new to politicians The family has resided at Hook- which
Hicpochee had been inadvert-
in LaBello Tuesday having tU'Je should be a fairly close race. er's Point for the past four years
Voters who Carter ently made by the MacWilliams ARCADIA, FLORIDA
i boats! instead of cars to bring supported Chap- moving here from LaBelle.
Dredging Company in .building their
I pell, and Paty concentrating on one
the voters!: to the polls.
or the other in the second piimarycan ramp along Three-Mjle canal. A little

elect either man, but the ques- New' Orleans Firm- water flowed in through this gap J. M. COUSE O
Clewiston residents, oy taking a after the water raised Tuesday in
tion is WHO will get the support.
short car 'ride west or north mar the canal but MacWilliams' sent a
Some say Cone, others Petteway. (Continued From Page One Counselor Law '
) and at
realize what an asset adequate drain-I machine, at the request of Capt. G. Attorney
general
But the reaction I've
as
ite that they will receive the
age facilities can be. con- E. Linkswiler of the U. S. Engineer
/ found it would seem to indicate that tract it is generally believed that Hopkins Building
office in Clewiston and had the ..
soon
Fred is in a better position to draw they will. The bids forwardedto Wednesdays and Saturdays
In some parts of the county it may are gap closed. Rumors of this spreadto :
the bulk of this following than Pet- I
Washington for approval before
be quite an inconvenience but do I Fort Myers and by the time they 9:30 to 4:00 _
believe that the
teway. Many Judge
your best to get to 'your polling the contract. officially, awarded.It .
polled most of his strength in the
place and vote next Tuesday. I is expected to take ,approximately -
.
first go'round.Both .
sixteen months to completethis
Some Democrat has coined an alliterative men have used the radio on contract. Most of the labor restrictions -

slogan for the Republicans state-wide hook-ups and in listenin which have slowed up THANKS

which we gamble, will not be used by to them I'd say that Petteway would work considerably on other federal

them, "Lose with Landon." win hands down if the campaign de- projects have been removed on this

pended on the air waves. Unfortu- new I
one.
Because of illness floods and other
,
nately for Fred, he has a radio
Few people realized that there poor t
This is the last contract on the
were so many earthworms Jn the voice to start with and a poorer radio levee project as originally plannedand things it has been impossible for me to con ,

ground until after the high water personality. The Judge's isn't will protect the country around tact of the voters and
Monday. anything to brag about, but it's many / express my appreciation -
Okeechobee City from flood waters
plenty better than Fred's. So if I from the lake. It extends from the of the splendid vote given me

The greatest outdoor of the were doin' it, I'd keep Fred on the
sport Kissimmee River to Nubbin Slough. on June, 2nd, re-electing me to the position
and else
stump depend on someone .
week was canoeing the front (
Included in
xon the contract is
the
lawns 'and on the main streets. Men to "speak his piece" over' the ra'dio. dredging of a mile and a half of of Clerk of. the Circuit Court so I am taking -

day. floodway channel, involving the removal this means of expressing my thanks to '
In spite of all that has been said of about six hundred thous-

Jt is now pretty generally conceded to the contrary, Florida is in mighty and yards of material at the mouthof the voters in Clewiston.

: that Joe Louis can "take it" but good shape today. Business in all the Kissimmee River. Thereis

" not quite as much as was dished out lines shows improvement; for the also some dredging to be done
in
:f.. by the' Hitler prodigy. past two years tax collections have Taylor's Creek approaching Okeechobee I I shall attempt to prove worthy of the

r:' materially"increased. ; tourist travel but this work was not in- confidence of the people of the county
Don't forget that Sunday is Fath- to the 'Stat e' has doubled; real estate cluded in this contract.. .

r t er's Day. Dad is a pretty good sort i beginning to move; building is Bids were also opened at the same who returned me to this important office

after, all, even if he doesn't get pub- pieJ.inup./ time for some revetment work to for another four years and continue to give

licised very much, so remember him ; Much of this is. 3tie to the fact be done on the East Beach to pro-
Sunday. that Florida the most efficient and courteous service of
stepped onand through tect the levee in the open lake from .

intelligent advertising, attractive ex- erosion. This work is to consist of which I am capable.
It now looks as though all the de- nibits and in many other ways hay building a stone wall at the edge of

;., feated candidates for Governor focused the attention of the nationon the original berm and backfillingwith

t/ might decide to get into the September the cpportunities and advantages material dredged from the levee WM. T. HULL.

, primary for United States Sen she offers as a national playgroundand canal. For some reason all the

;? ator. With two vacancies to be filled a haven for hom: seekers. I contractors were dubious of this

k it looks like another big primaryin Regardless of who becomes governor .

. the fall. this excellent -.- '
won:: v.ust go --" ------
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','"" on. Florida's continued grow* i and

:, Bids have been' opened and con- development depend upon it. If we

;: tract will soon be awarded for the jocoinc:: too pious ana clamp down
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r. -. last of the levee prejects. on LakeOkeechobee. the lid too tight we'll dr)-e away

k': A mammoth project iio rnnds of winter pleasure se-k-

1>., rapidly nearing completion and providing ers 11":1 millions or: cJo'.iars.: SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS '

!T' protection from floods to If we discontinue; our adVertisinc. "

thousands of residents of the Lake ...'I I appeal' to tou': ., and homers -

f:.;.: region.: 3 : .5, the few dollars we'll save

,7f II. our budget will be l lo=,t i tliousr "

;..: least!The having'fun' frogs and the ducks are at ,Mines, over iiiiiir.iled I revenue ,r,, ,.. .:., ;;:,. r .. .}.. ;-.r' ;':: ;k: :'.; Record of Dividends of '
over the high wat- farm jr?!?oline, .ra.".:;. liquor, hotel .:t,"" .. '''' r K ;- .' '
r i er. At this / .;', ': '' '''Home AssociationYEAR
season of the year it is a"I restaurant i ul many other 'r;' : "f'i'"T: Clewiston Building
V. rather uncommon to see wild ducks farms rn c' ; .
taxation
that today pour into ':: '
,:,' flying about to, any extent but dur- evcTy county a? a direct result of // TF: :. RATE RATEs

.. ing the past few days it has not been o.i I:" Torperous tourist trade. .

r necessary to gaze long into the sky We need sound common sense and ,':::; : ,: .' ,\" < PERCENT YEAR PERCENT -
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>: over the marshes without intelligent :
seeing a regulation.Mr. tJ
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r...;" few flying. '. ; \ ,1928) :: .'.:,f'5.5. 1933 6

'It.- and Mis, P. 1. Hill returned :.; '.. ( 1929 ,, ;, :.<..:,, 7 1934 .6s .

[ _.aK_ n.maM..n..Dgg_ _ _D..D._ _. in Monday from two weeks vacation '', .-:':/. '.'- ',:,,' ?::" .
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\:' ( )1930 'c 4 1935 -

Too Late To ,.'di :',, .:': '::.f.; "; ..- : .. 6 ,' .. .
f ClassifyBy ;"" !,. .\.. .. 1 1931 .. : 4' 1 1936 ,
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1:' 1.JtEliQQLQ71iQQpQQIEElIQQ111pI1RFAnd ">Ve Need ENGLISH In ...... ',' ". : ', S -

[h Our SCHOOLS" ; \ :
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so it turned out to be Mr. I
CALL BY THE HOME
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i Cone vs. Mr. Petteway, both good '. ..:;

r men, both capabte, and best of all, !!o '- BUILDING 'OFFICE FIRST

'''.: that both unless clean one fighters-which or the other of means'em Invest your. savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND

';' goes haywire we won't have to listen rc return. Home Building has never paid ... TALK THINGS OVER.

'" to a lot of snarlin', snappin' and dividends of less than 4 ". '
I.; back-bitin'. percent per year. ; ,

t'- Just a couple of clean cut Cracker In these days of reduced interest on savings '. "-. '' ", -

)": boys tryin' to get along and no accounts and reduced returns on other \ ,,\ .,.'. .'
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f real
issue in the ,-
campaign. Fred losta '
:. a bit of momentum due to the LONGCOUNT forms of investment Home Building offers ( ." .......

:'.'. while Raleigh kept goin' the conservative, thrifty investor the investment 'V '

in high right through the In .
argument best suited to his needs. ,' S
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about who was who But Vote For
Fred
!;:'. goin' strong now and from all reports is- vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association I

;: he seems to have COLIN ENGLISHfor
more than ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME I
I r made up for time lost in gettin' -

' started. i S j jj little as $5.00 per month or as much as BUILDING

'Y, As for me tryin' to tell j $1,000.00'in lump you'll find
r you who Superintendent of a sum, a.
' will win-I'm ASSOCIATION
off, that stuff. As '\'.
,, political crystal' gazer I figure I'm Public InstructionTrained / Home Building program adapted- to yourrequirements. PHONES 102-103

;'fc just about a total loss. A lot of folks \ r .
-' are tryin' to make a North and South Experienced, Cap- I
: '" Florida able-a Native of Florida -.
} : squabble out of it, but tor : \
me that's a lot of hooey. I don't see' I { I" -
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I:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:11:N:N:N:N:M:Ni1:N:N:N:N:N N N.' ;.Mrs. G. E. Etherton is in St. Fran- a result of the suit brought against death brought to an end the politi- "
.r> j I j cis Hospital in :Miami for examina- him as a codefendant in W. D. Bell's cal career of Hon. Park Trammel!, Welsh Flannel Prized

::|_:: Personal Mentionj:-j jJ ;: tion and treatment. :Mr. Etherton case against Old Age Revolving Florida junior senator, and all over wool Flannel of the made native in Wales from the
I spent the week-end with her there. Pensions, Inc. the state people realized that one mountain sheep
V i .***.**.***.****.**.***.****.**.*.***.**.*-'..**.***..**..**.****.**.***.***.****.**.****.*....**..**.:' Bell, who was recently defeated in I of the state's greatest assets had has the highest reputation.

G. B./Thomas returned Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rumbley leftSatur.d'ay his race against Peterson for the been taken away. But fate was not

from his vacation.C. to make their home in congressional post, is suing the I content and on Wednesday of this NORGE REFRIGERATORS '
Okeechobee, Mr. Rumbley having Townsend organization for week Death visited Washington once I .
PHILCO RADIOS
L. Downs spent Thursday night been transferred there by the U. S'i Press reports declare that $50'000'1 more and took from the Senate one ;
and Friday in West Palm Beach. Engineers.Mrs. is a result of a letter which of the most familiar and loved fig- I Furniture and Home Furnishings r rt
I leges was circulated by members of ures in that ,body, Hon. Duncan U'I I

Miss Evelyn Hare spent the week- : D. G. Alston and daughter, the Townsend organization and stat- Fletcher, that grand old man who Household Furnishings ; :'
end with her father in Ocala. Martha Nell, returned Wednesdayfrom ing that Peterson was'endorsed' by since 1908 has represented Floridain : .
Columbus Ga. where they have Florida Townsend clubs. the Senate. Inc.

Mrs. W.. W. Perry and son. Billy been visiting for about six weeks. Hugh Carlton, supervisor of reg- In point of seniority Senator BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,
spent Saturday in West Palm Beach. :Mr. Alston went up Sunday and returned istration, announced today that he I Fletcher was'second only to Senator
has received letter from Bell ask-
with them. a Borah and as head of some of the

Miss Mildred !({Ward returned' this ing that the ballots cast June 2 be most important committees in the ..'..................................................................................... ...
Dick Patterson had kept. intact until after the general I M ..
week from a visit in North Carolina. an eye operation senate his influence was' great. This I
--- at Good Samaritan Hospital in election in November. was proven by his strong fight for I
D. B. McCarthy of Okeechobee was I West Palm Beach :Monday His mo- The letter stated, "Proceedingsare the Cross-state canal against almost I
ther, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, is stay- now being prepared for a recount -
business. -visitor here Wednesday.: insurmountable obstacles and winning Good FarmLand
ing there with him and they are ex- of all ballots in the district out to the extent of having it .
I pected home the latter part of this and as these papers are very techni- after' I
Mrs W. G. Ames was the guest of I I I reconsidered being definitely
week. cal and require much time to pre- '
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs for sev- tossed out by an earlier vote. That
pare it will perhaps be after the sec-
eral days this week. fight for this great project for his
CATHOLIC LADIES GIVE ond primary before these proceed- state no doubt hastened his death i

Keathley Bowden was a business BENEFIT CARD PARTY ings are filed.. I which occurred on the same day that for RentTrespassers .

visitor in Fort Pierce. for two days --- the vote was taken and the project
this week. The''ladies of St. Margaret's church Spadaro Saves Coffer rejected.

gave a benefit card party Wednes Senator Fletcher and Senator

Co I. Earl North and Capt. P. A. day'afternoon at the church rectory. Dam At Lock ProjectThe Trammell may be replaced by other

Feringa, of Jacksonville, were here Iced tea and cookies were served as senators chosen by the people; sen- ...." .
on official business Thursday. refreshments by the committee in ators who may be as capable and as
charge. Spadaro Construction Company patriotic to their state as were these

.e Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. 'F. I High score prize was awarded to building the locks and spill- two. But the point of seniority can-
Blackstone, Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs. Mrs. Josephine Knight, a set of .way at Ortona, are ill perhaps the not be underestimated and it will be .
F. H. Moltz and J. B. Ezelle spent cocktail glasses; second high wentto best shape of any of the contractorson several years before any new senator
several days this week in Miami. Mrs. W. C. Owen, cocktail nap- 'the river' from the high water' in may gain the prestige and the respect Will Be
kins; low to Mrs. H. C. Jones, a deckof spite of being in a place where the of his fellow-congressman that 1

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and cards and cut prize, two decksof water is deepest. was enjoyed 'by Senator Fletcher and ProsecutedThe

daughter, Marianne, spent this weekin cards, to Mrs. Adolph Krumseigof When the heavy ,rains started all Senator Trammell.
Miami. ( Belle Glade. efforts were concentrated on saT-

Those attending were Mrs. Adolph ing their cofferdam. As the water Biddy in Brainstorm ,

Krumseig, M rs., W. M. Motes and rose it was necessary to build up in
that
:. Miss Faustina Rogero, of Jacksonville A hen mistakes n mail plane
Mrs. J. Friedheim, of Belle Glade, several places with dirt and sandbags -
is visiting tier parents, Mr.. for a chicken hawk should be exam H
and Mrs. E. J. Rogero.. Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. E. and to keep all pumps runningat ined by an alienist.-Indianapolis
" C. Mills Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. V. maximum capacity but their work News. '

:;' Mrs. Jack Clarke, of Jacksonville C. Woodward, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, was successful and unless there is
, :Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. J. G. Ogles- a cave-in. it is believed that they
is visiting her parents, Mr. and iMrs.
C. M. Allen. by, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Mrs. H. T. will be able to start work again Clewiston

-,- Vaughn, Mrs. W?. P. Vaughn, Sr.. just as soon as it is possible to gets I Dr. A. J. 1'1 i iI
Little
Mrs. B. A. Bourne, :Mrs. F. M. train service over the Imrnokalee
Mrs. W. C. Owen and 1Irs.C.. L.
" Wright, spur and receive materials. After a Company
Downs were in Miami over the week-
Mrs. V. A: Allen, Mrs. R. V. Alli- great deal of trouble a plentiful sup- Osteopath I
end.
I
son, Mrs. M. M.. Prewitt, Mrs. A. A. ply of fuel was taken in to the locks
,', Lake Harbor Phone No. 1 "
1 Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. F. the first of the week for .
thepumps.
, J. C. Nowling arrived this week to Munroe Simpson, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. Foy With the exception of the floating .......................................................................................W y"A

spend some time with his son, R. Durrence, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs.H. dredge working on Lake Hicpochee I

C. No\\ling and Mrs. Nowling.Mrs. C. Jones, :Mrs. Josephine Knight, all of MacWilliarns dredges have

Mrs.. A. H. King, Mrs. W. C. Owen, been shut down this week. Althoughnot '

S. L. Crochet was called to Mrs A. O. Ward, Mrs F. I. Hill, Mrs.B. affected by the high water, the Is Section
Man Who\ .a1
Sioux City, Iowa, this week by the E. Herring, Mrs. Joe Cato, Miss steam Marion working on Three-

illness of her grandmother. Faustina Rogero, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mile canal _was closed down because I ,
Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. E. J. Ro of the soft ramp on which it travels.

, tZ\ H. O. Peters attended the bid op- gero and Mrs. O. H. Roberts.INTERMISSION None of the other contractors on 'the) Is Too Small T Be Governor"

', ening at the. District. Engineers""of- river were able to do anything. An (o
fice in Jacksonville Tuesday. PARTY Official of the Standard Dredging

--- Company Tuesday stated'that the (Quoted From Cone's First Message in the Second Campaign) '.
At a party held at their home at water' would have to go down ,two .
Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Marion
intermission of the Engineers Danceat feet before their dredges, could reac'hbottom
I Leydig were visitors, "H. R.in Hall Miami and Saturday.Mr. Jimmie Hall. the Inn Friday night, Mr. and with their booms.A .I I This man Fred Cone has had over

Mrs. H. O. Peters served sandwichesand
other refreshments to: Mr. and I I. 20,000 warm personal friends allover '
and Mrs. Foy Durrence were GREAT FLORIDIAN PAS'SES.Moore .
Mrs J. B. Dotterer, Mr. and Mrs. G. I "

weekend.visitors Beach. In West Palm S. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mil ( Haven Democrat) I. Florida, for years ;000 they were. '
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cameron of
A little more than a month agoZ2:1ifu
LaBelle and W. C. Nail of 'Moore his "machine" the first time and
Mrs.W.. C.: Nail and daughter. Haven. -

Miriam, and Mrs. S. C. Stalls and
children of Moore Haven attended a MRS. PERRY HONORED this time they will be a steam ; ,

show here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I
AT PARTY ON FRIDAY for Friendly '
roller---they are working ; _
John Allen and baby and Mrs. H. Cecil Jones entertained

Wallace Allen of Newport News, Va., Friday afternoon of last week witha FLORIDA Fred, who knows no political L ,;
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. party honoring Mrs.i W. W. Perry. .

M. Allen Date torte and an iced fruit drink I n1achinevouldn't have one.A '

were served by the hostess to Mrs. 11 _: :
. Mrs. W. F. Simpson, 'Mrs. H. O. I G. E. Smith, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. IfJ? I Ilhl f fIn
Peters and LaDeen ands 1\Irs. V.: A. 'W. M. Redelsh'eimer, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson ,

Allen were visitors in Moore Haven if ,. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.: M.M. : g Every COllnty :;f ;!:;:;

Monday. .Prewitt, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. : I
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T R. H. Knight, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., fl;] t2 ; .. .<;::
} rlJfi
Miss Betty Spicer left Saturdayfor Mrs. O. H. Roberts, Mrs. J. H. Pres- J JIli1 every cityevery, town, : = '

a ten days visit in Miami Beachat sley, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. G. Nib- m at every cross roads, ,;!f;;;;:);
a house party of the Kappa AlphaS lack, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. C. E. .. >> ,;
Theta : :':" .:: ::O :.:.' ':;").,, '.+': .#.J. 1 ".
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Fraternity.Mrs. "
\l.t.5.
Nail, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., and our next governor, .
[i d r1:: \ f. : ;
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. : ,
J. W. Adkins, Misses Francesand Fred Cone, knows J::ili <;\:..:.: "
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1.k.t :; W ;t"t' '.. !
Miriam Adkins, Mrs. Everett SAMUEL L. ;LANG &:r : $ 1 d : ,:
well a goodly scattering \ltt i :\J. :: 40&W
Casper and daughter, Patsy, of tg ., '
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11{ '"
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Moore Haven, were visitors here Samuel L. Lang, 46, died early 1 r, M of fine folks 1 And mt r.t\f"<.;.AJ'&tr; ,ti&1.R; : ; ;- ;:: ;. '. '. .
Sunday.Mrs. I Sunday morning at his home five j.Stop. "i='tf--;:"' & <$\r. : : #.i0 miles west of Clewiston as the result they ,have known all OT 1 i John Elmore of blood poisoning reported to M". "I. < ': : % jJ'j..W' >', ,
and ,
daughter, ... about him for .','# :, \, x. ::; )\ ..: f
have been : 't' .,
Wanda, :Miss Roberta George, Mrs. caused by the removal of years5"YM'w r:' > 0
Gratton George and :Mrs. Robert some Infected teeth.. at the They are telling their ; } % lt; : i :
George were visitors in Fort Myers Mr. Lang has been a resident of 1 k$ t '.
Thursday. Clewistdn for many years. At the friends about him--- $1W ";.
time 6l his death he was. employed tIoteL 'PattieUr : ,<' <;>::W II. ":

:Miss Ava Ezejle, of Sanibel Island, I by the Atlantic Construction Com- I about his ruggedness; j "' ,. '
:Mrs. C. F. Blackstone of Cottondale, pany one one of their projects in the his how his t' .V. \,
312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll sincerity,
---"
Caloosahatchee River
Fla., and J. B. Ezelle of Graceville,
Fla., visited this week with Dr. .and The body was prepared for,, ship- bank has always"paid v/j\j, WITH CONE ',i
Mrs. J. Wl Ezelle. ment by the Everglades Funeral Outside Rooms With ;
Home of Pahokee and was shipped Pi-hate Hath off"---that he knows On June =ndhrpollcd78It:1e.1:
Mrs. --- Tuesday to Plant City for burial. I \ores in hn home County, Cotuca- i )
Keathley
Bowden_ and ,
sons
and feels the probb: Hii! opponent polled only I .
Kay and Paul, left Thursday for!j Surviving relatives are his wife, COOL, CLEAN, QUIET 36.4- % of the *'otct in his home J
Hendersonville, N. Carolina where jMrs. Alma Lang, three sons, Harold, lems of all our people. county. mi.boroush.: ;:1
they will spend- two months vaca- James and Samuel, Jr., and his father Overlooking Biscayne Jay '." 1

tion. II T. C. Lang, all of Clewiston; a Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and 1I..
I brother, Wilford Lane: of Lake CItv .
ta ia Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, D.I and two sisters, Mrs. W. D. Coufson.1 Business. Section. 14

W. Beardsley and R. M. Hare, Jr., of LaBelle and Mrs. Dorothy Far- HATES NO NORTH NO SOUTH
left early Thursday morning for Chi- rail of Jacksonville t

cago where they will spend two $1.50 Single \ N O EAST NO WEST
weeks visiting relatives and friends Peterson CoDefendantIn .


.0 :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfrey and 1: Damage Suit by Bell $2.50 Double CONE for ALL FLORIDA
niece, Miss Frances Elliott spent! .
Special Family, Weekly &
several
days here this week. They
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have been visiting. in :Marion I :Monthly: Hates
and J. Hardin Peterson, Lakeland ALL FLORIDA for CONEPolitical
Hildebrand, N. Carolina, and returned
congressman, was served in Lakeland S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor '
there, Mr. Godfrey having accepted /with a subpoena by the sheriff's .
a position. office Friday shortly afternoon as I I ( Advertisement Paid by Local l Friends of Fred P. Cone)


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 196I





i Ways of Giving


I COMB men give so hint you are 'r.
Drive You
Dragons angry every time you ask

them to contribute; they give so

that their gold and silver shoot

;you like a bullet. Other persons

give with such beauty that you

I : : By EDWIN BALMER : : may remember It as long as you

live ; and say, "It Is a pleasure to

,. ., go to such men." There are some
men that give as springs do
;
Copyright by Edwin Balmer WNU Service
whether you go to them or not,

they are always full ; and your

CHAPTER I the Mayos are. They're doing sour In the house twenty miles norrl.! planned, and had been graduated last part is merely to put your dish

-1- work .in Immunity up there that I've along the lake shore, Agne Glenelth June. The summer abroad ; and now under the overflowing stream.
got to see." had been Informed that Mr. Braddon she Others give Just as a pump does
Jeb wrote his name, Judson E. was at home, which meant, when
Braddon, with I a finishing flourish, on Actually Rod had been Invited to wished to speak to her. she was In the house' that she was when the well is dry, and the

the last of the sheaf of checks before take part in the work, but that was "You tell her Rod ; or shall I?" with her mother, mostly ; and when pump. leaks.-Henry Ward Beecher. -

him ; and be flung his fountain-pen something he would never volunteernot Jen. extended the Instrument. she was out, she was with Bee, who

accurately Into Its bell-lipped holder. even to his brother '"Tell her what?" had married four years ago and had

He liked to hit It like that after' sign- "Then you're coming back here. "That you're coming out. to her onthe two babies ; or 'she was hurrying

Ing checks for four hundred thousand. Rod?" first train Quick I can hear about, being busy with Junior league

And It was hi* money or funds under "Probably not. Germany-I.eipsic. her near the phone. You're going to errands ; ..and she was waiting for the

his control His name written by I think, o'n the same trail. tell her-or I will !" man she was to marry.

himself, converted these green slipsof "That'll take more than another I Itod. with, a sudden violence that Agnes did not pretend anything else

paper Into cash. Sometimes sitting month." amazed Jud. snatched the telephone. i with herself. To be happy, a girl

here, he had signed for more "SIx-or a year, I guess Jud, onceI and In u moment he was speaking to must bind herself In utter Intimacywith

than half a million ; once for a mil- get In Europe." Agnes. a man ; she must be a wife: Agnes 1I

lion. And he could sit back and spear "When you leaving?" wanted to be a wife ana have babies .

that holder with his pen so that It "I'm taking the train tonight.; Agnes was nearly twenty-three and like Bee's dear adorable little
she would have said
that win-
upon
stuck In, two out of three tries That "That means you're practically boys. But she did not want a hus-
was showing your nerves were In clearing out tonight-for a year" ter afternoon when snowflakes were band like Bee's, though Bee argued f''t Coleman
blow
from
beginning to
the north even
shape ; that was staying twenty-eight "I guess so, Jud. before the clouds t'ht she was happy. Agnes:; knew that ; SELF.HEATING
I floated
under >
and beating business at the same The two tall brothers gazed at each sun rhnt nothing In the least extraordinary when you were, you showed it-yoU The Coleman is eren- I RON ,.,
other In silence. In all their
llvpAgnes
didn't debate it. nine J Instant Lighting Iron.
time.Miss had ever happened to her. All you have to do is turn a valve,itriko ft match
Gilbert came In to gather up She had been born In an attractive (TO BE CONTINUED) and it lights Instantly. Yon don't have to insert
the the match inside too Iron-no horned finlrers.fo .
checks.
pleasant house only half a mile away The Coleman beats In a jiffy; la quickly readr
""Who's e. Entire Ironinp surface is heated with
? Jeb asked.
waiting from this huge handsome country Four "Empire Nations" point the hottest. Maintains its heat even for

"Mr. Saunders about Insull Dtlll. 4a mansion, on the lake shore which Control Most of Globe for the He fast an worker.boor.: Entirely You do self-heating.your ironing Op-rstea with lean

ties ; Mr. Hazen And have you for the last eleven vearsalmost half effort iron is In the one-third genome less Instant-Lighting time. Be tare your Coleman.next
Four
forgotten your brother, Mr. Braddon of Agnes' life-had been home. "empire" nations-Great Britain It's the iron every woman wants. It',a wonderful
time and labor
Soviet Russia France and the saver-nothing like it. The
Jeb laughed. "Good Lord, 1 did I Is Beatrice, her sister who was two Coleman Is the easy way to iron.
United States-each has a larger share SIND POSTCARD for FREI: Fold.,and Full D.tel1a.
he still out there? Shoot him in first" THE COLEMAN LAMP
AND
years older, also had been born in STOVE CO.
of the earth's land than of Its people. D.pt.WU31& Wichita Kun.; CtJeaco,HI ;
Left alone, Jeb swung about slow that same smaller, house ; for there Together these tour control pore than Philadelphia.Fa.; Lot Angela: *,Calif. (USW)

ly In the winter sunlight and gazed her father had brought her mother 57 'per cent of the land surface of the

out his windows over the city. All as-a bride. Such was the phrase*b.\ world. Is It any wonder that Japan, Politeness

Chicago, except a rival pinnacle or which her mother always described Germany and Italy are restless and Politeness is to goodness what

two, lay below him ; for the officesof that house: "When I was a bride, Bob discontented, or that the appeal to "do words are to thoughts.-Joubert. ..

J. E. Braddon and Company brought me here to that little houso something about It" warms the heartsof

claimed two floors jlgb in one of the on Easter Lane-" their respective peoples?

tallest towers. Roofs white with lastIght's It was little In I
only comparison ; It But
suppose they "do something" In Q pDE I
new snow reached away, had a great garden, gay In summer the sense they mean-that Is. go to war .

square aftersquare.. with phlox, sweet William, larkspurand in the hope of eventually seizing 'some

Hidden under those roofs and It. / Canterbury bells. It had IntJ of the fairer parts of the good earth.

the deep ruts of the streets between, mate cheery fireplaces and next the Is the real problem going to be solved? I I

were three millions of people. The sunny rooms which had been Agnes' It would seem that the answer is no.

conflict of their lives In Its Innumerable and Bee's, had ,been Papa's and Mam If Country A (with population den

forms, set beating this tense, ma's room. wherein had been their sity n) overwhelms Country B (with

eager impulse that you felt here In big:; bed. I population density n or greater) and Small but MightyA

Chicago. Agnes thought of that house as having takes away her rich and sparsely pop- small present may be the testimony -

Crude and cultured ; pagan and Pur- been always happy ; and she could ulated colonies obviously Country B of a great love.-Petrarch.

itanic; savage and overclvillzed ; incredibly remember when she 'was a child and will thereupon find herself In much the ,

cruel and extravagantly, absurdly would run Into Papa's and Mamma'sroom position that A was before the trouble

maudlin in 'many of its mer-. In the morning In her- white began. The pot and kettle will merely STOPS HEADACHE '.

cies. A city, like all the nation, su- flannel "teddy" with "feet. and Pa pi:: have changed places.

perspeeded for making money It put would pick her up and kiss her and The world problem of ,populationand

millions Into many hands that never then bounce her down between Mamma area, however, remains unaltered AMAZINGLY ,QUICK

before had fingered either wealth or and him In the big bed. in theory, though practically it will

privilege.. Father must have been making plenty have been made worse because of the The next time you have a head-

Judson Elliot Braddon's were far Was- Nearly Twenty. Three. of money then. Of course he had extravagantly wasteful destruction of ache or neuralgic pain, try the im-
proved, modern, method of relief-
from the, least familiar with these. they had never held a hope or a desIre much more now, very much mor?. real wealth that war always causes. two teaspoonfuls of Capudine in a

He had much more behind him than which brought them into con Millions, Agnes realized ; yet the money This is the problem that is really seri little water. Being liquid, the ingre-

most of these young men of destinyof filet, until now. had not greatly altered the pat ous-how can ,40 persons be main dients are already dissolved all
to act. This Is why Capudtea
ready
1929; and the place he won for "How much has Agnes Glenelth to terns of her dreams, which had been tained for every square' mile of land acts almost instantly.

himself in this city bad surpassed do with this?" Jeb/inquired. shaped to satisfaction in the little surface of this globe-good, bad and Capudine relieves pain by soothingthe

theirs. house; nor bad it greatly changedthe Indifferent land together? nerves. It is delightfully gentle.
? Rod In his
"Agnes repeated quirtway.
How Important It was his splendid : actual course she pursued. She: War cannot enlarge the land surface It contains no opiates. At all drug
"Agnes is not In it, Jeb. stores; 60c, 30c, lOc sizes, (Adv.)
Impressive offices declared; and at had left Country Day school for avery that must support mankind; it has
"But you don't want to go alone.
the .sound of the door, Jeb swung Do ?" a expensive girls' school in Connecticut never diminished the total number of
you
back, giving a glance around his big when she was fifteen ; and people who want to live on It exceptby S
1'\0. Jud, I don't, answered Rod- IOt ; 254
room. It had not ceased pleasantlyto that might not have happened from the a tiny fraction for quite a brief
ney honestly
impress him. It never impressed little house; but soon she went on to period. There Is no way out of the
"Then why don't you make a try
his brother. No display of Jeb's swift Smith college as always she had dilemma by the pathway of war. ,
' for her? For the first time In -your 0 ti '
success ever aroused Rodney. He did
life you want something for yourselfyou
not envy or disdain it; he, simply
do want her like the hell.don't ,
seemed not to be affected by it. ,Rod very For Biliousness;Sour Stomach,
" "
always had been that sort utterly dif you?/ Flatulence; Nausea and Sick
;, .. "Yes," said Rodney. "I do. And Headache, due to Constipation.
ferent. Jeb could not remember that Beginning unusual story by
you do, too. Don't you?"
r Rod ever had expressed a desire to
t' "No," denied Jeb. "Not the way ,- -
make money ; neither as boy nor man.
"
\k'-- you do. CLEANS APPAREL. --- -
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He did want Agnes as a matter o! IEAVES NO
:', of them would "come Into" forty thou ; Edwin Balmer RING NO mm
fact he becoming he wanted
was sure .
; sand dollars left !in trust by their 4OR.
her for his wife; but he was aware 30e 6Sc
V grandfather. BOTTLES ALL DRUGGISTS
that he was capable of no such single '
.
t, That day, when he was twenty-one,
ness and devotion as Rodney. For
t: had come for Rodney eight years ago; Jeb to live-really live-was to be in
and in the bank 'at Andover reposed DRAGONS DRIVE ConstipationRelieved
love more or less excitingly, with
'
the identical forty thousand dollars,
some girl of the sort you might mar ,
In bonds of the city of Andover and Quickly, Easily
ry; and until you married, to hare
: the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
"affairs" with women whom you could Mrs. B. G. Brown, Atlanta. Ga.,
which eight years ago had been formally writes: "I take Dr. Hitchcock's All-
not "harmand whom kept discreetly YOU
you
:" delivered to Rodney Braddon. Vegetable Laxative Powder for dizziness -
.. screened. biliousness and sick headaches
t" The day for Judson had
arrived
caused by constipation. I have
In Rod's life there had been nothing never
seven years ago ; and the forty thousand found anything better. When I feel
of that There
sort never. was
in bonds had become four millions a "There is just so much in the cup," he told her. weak, rundown and sluggish I take
> deeper, obstinate decency In Rod. and 1/3 dose after meals, or a small dose
in stocks and equities ; In fact, much sterner restraints. He offeredto "You can sip it all your life, afraid really to at bedtime. It thoroughly cleansesthe

nearly five-if Jeb sold out at today's Agnes Glenelth an almost totally taste it-or you can dare to drink the whole bowels." Dr. Hitchcock's Laxa-
prices. tive Powder is mild-but effectiveit -
The door opened. different outlook; and Jeb was realizing thing down while you are living! acts gently yet thoroughly and

xr this with something like a pang removes that clogged condition of
'Hello, Rod. of shame when he said : the bowels. At all drug stores 25c.
"Hello Jud." "Jud" was the old Such was the challenge in which cravings for
"How do know she'd not rather
you
familiar nickname when they were like DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative
have you than me-or anybody else?" Jeb Braddon, young, ammoney and powerwere
boys ; but after he went to Yale. Jud
had cast it off for the name made: "Do you think she might, Jud?" bitious, fantastically sucdragons, driving men to Powder

from his initials-J. E. B., like "Jeb" Jeb Jerked about. "They're funny cessful broker, wooing incalculable_ambitions and

Stuart. Rodney had not gone to fools, women Rod," he said. "Some Agnes Gleneith from his follies. Against this stirring -

a; .. Yale ; he was then at Johns Hopkins, times they'd rather throw themselves background is unfolded face "lJrokenul"Start
going in for medicine and biology. away than-" He caught himself as rivals by the impetuous of

f : "Come In !1" invited Jeb ;, and Rod he saw his brother's flush. "I don't force of his I ave. Such too a gripping story today to relieve the soreness-

closed the door behind him. mean that Agnes marrying :ou wouldbe "a young woman reachingfor aid healing-and improve your stin.Res : ,

A'c "Busy?" asked Rod, absolutely without throwing herself away, except was the spirit! of the mad, happiness, losing it inseethmg medication inite

offense. from your point of view. I'm tryingto city of Chicago, the confusing world about l

"1)U1 n't mean to be, old fellow" tell you Rod, what they do. They just before the Crash-a her, and at last finding it

: said Jeb as the lifetime, of affectionfor won't care a. damn about you when
maelstrom of madness again.
this unpractical, unseeking brother you're sure they should; and when very

so different from himself flowed they shouldn't, you've got 'em. And

over him. "Tell the truth, Rod I you won't know it; you'll be the last Start Reading This Timely Novel TodayNever

just forgot""I to know it, and you've had 'em all the "
1 v.7'i: ; vrii'1 QsC'fr..v/z/r.r..
while. has Edwin Balmer written a more
Just thought I'd look In to see power

;t. you, since I'm leaving town," said lie moved abruptly to his desk and ful) and moving story Don't miss a chapter. MALARIA

Hodney.. pressed his buzzer. The prompt appearance f S"v* -
"'Leaving Chicago? For how long?/" of Ml&s Gilbert forestalled V

. -"A. full month, anyhow" atiy reply from Rodney. Follow It Serially I in These Columns :Gpbd General Tonic

; \Vierft you going?" I "Get Miss Glenelth on the phone"

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c/ Plow Enthused Webster
The Past Day
/ More Than Public Life

LET not sleep fall upon eyes
thou has thrice reviewedthe Daniel Webster was a firm believerIn
OUR COMIC SECTION
transactions of the past day. deep tillage. A century ago, con-
: Where have I turned aside from vinced that plowing was too shallow,
rectitude? What have I been doing Webster developed a plow 12 feet
? What have I left undone, long from the tips of the handles to
which I ought to have done? Be- the tip of the beam, with a share 15
gin thus from the first act and Inches wide. It turned a furrow 14
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FINNEY OF THE. FORCE K;=.S *J SL Vacation proceed; mid in conclusion, at the inchs deep. Eight oxen pulled it.

ill which thou hast done, be Webster was delighted with his

: ( -AMD OF -tHAT Pirf '1E"Z. troubled, and' rejoice for the good. plow, and wrote: "When I have hold
HLlLLo-fes1 -rHING-S Pythagoras, of my big plow in a brush-cov
COME BACK' ALL O<4fl1' SPoT; ered pasture and hear the roots

,,; FFWM 'fER I WENT ANDpipN'1: 'TZ There is nothing more becoming crack, see the stumps go under the
\ <, PARTY ? HAvE SPILLED A any wise man than to make furrow out of sight, and observe the
WAI7LL
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He placed his tand upon his heart.' :F
"You cannot imagine," he protested, I
"what a terrible load I carry and :yet
give no sign to the world."
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She turned away her head Iii [ >

"Believe me," she faltered, "the ..\-. ....... .
New toMEASURE
I world knows." 1, o F- I Way "C'

Something In the way she raised her
handkerchief Impelled him -'surreptitiously OIL VALUE 1

to take another clove or two.-
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Bugs-It makes a lovely running Stray Stories.: __ 4 i 41 After you drain and refill your crankcase,

track, and we can listen to the band at how far do you go before you have to add ",
the dame tlrfe. Without Airs
Tailor-You have recently inheriteda t the first quart? If you don't know,it's worth I :
J 0 M checking.This simple test gives the real ;"
nice lump of money from your uncle. you i '
If Why don't I'I' measure of oil economy and of oil quality, E
you pay: mel -Johnny, I wish you wouldn't f
George-Are you ready to live on Customer-I hate all outward show. too. Because the oil that stands up best '
work
whistle at :your J.
my income, dear? I don't want it to be said that my new- : between refills is giving your motor the best ;
i Office I wasn't sir
Maud Boy- working, ,
Certainly, dearest, If- ly acquired wealth has caused a de- e lubrication. Try the "First Quart" Test J
only whistling. d w
If
George- what?
parture from my former simple habits. with Quaker State. See if you don't go ;i
Maud-If you can get another -
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farther than you ever did with any other : :
for yourself.-Pearson's Weekly.If -, He Knew..Better
'l'hhope of the -family returned s oil under similar driving conditions. Quaker \\

Quite DifferentThe from lits-first-day's: work with fingers i-, -!, State Oil Refining Company Oil City, Pa.
Look Could Kill banker ,, +
was questioning the bandaged.- "- '- ,; r
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Wife-What Rood did it do to per
you negro applicant for chauffeur's job. "Ho, Bert, said his father, "how's
bawl out that driver; he couldn't hear "Are you married?" the hanker this?" i '

you? asked \7ell," said the bright one, "the y 7t.4tclletCe cf IcC>tCQr
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Husband-No, but he's sure going "Xll\\' uh boss," replied the applicant foreman :said the machine was fool- / '
to have to wash his face after that ; ,. "Qitv&ah ; Ah makes mali, ownHvln'Wal pro(t, but I soon. showed. him.. "-Stray ) 'QUAKER.STATE MOTOR OILS AND SUPERFINE GREASES
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EIGHT THE

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capacity of this pump Is about eigh-
Storm Sheathing Place'd.'On Out of England's Past
Sample Primary Election teen thousand gallons a minute but
Scientists still ,are 'dragging skeletons -
House clogged ditches, .prevent maximum .
Reservation .
Ballot .. \ -rcat ones-out of England'spast. .
capacity being attaine: About-- half Recently some -nman remains '

!The home of W. D. Raines on .' capacity Is estimated. However the over 4,000 years old were found at

tile Government reservation is un- \ :: : JUNE 23, 1030.DEMOCRATIC water is going down steadily in town Ludchurch, Wales. Bes'de the bodies .

dergoing a transformation duringhis : and is expected to be completely off was a clay beaker; indicating their
': demise' In the P ronz? n're.
absence on vacation, a crew of : / PARTY \ within a few days. .
'
workmen having started removing The canal, which stood at 14.3 last

tho Biding from the house and plac- Friday raised two feet from the rainfall Airy About
Instructions To vote for candidate
: any
ing on diagonal storm sheathing on i and the backing of water "
make a cross (X) at tho right of his name. frpm "This hurts me down to the ground,
a, layer: of waterproof felt before replacing the Caloosahatchee and at ten said the;parachute jumper as he comfortably

the siding. A new roof of, '. clock Tuesday morning had 0'-1) descended. Boston Transcript -

asbestos cement shingles is also to : For Governor: a level equal to that of the lake. ,

be placed on this, house replacing the '\ that time, Mr. Flanders, who has '
.
lighter. weight shingles used origin- Vote for. one: been keeping a close check, orderedthe [

ally.O.. FRED P. CONS\ ........................'.. .....'..... hurricane gates opened and the I[ -....",<:.itliA'" ....""'1, 'Fr_,
H. Roberts, under whose sup- water began to flow into "the lake.

ervision the work is being done, RALEIGH PETTEWAY.; ..................... Since that time there has been a'' lie-Elect APROGRESSIVE

stales that this was merely an ex- I + gradual rise in the lake level which

perimental' project, undertaken to ? : For Superintendent of Public Instruction: was announced yesterday as being .

test the feasibility of so changingthe / 16.52about three inches above

other eighteen houses on the res- .. Vote for one: J the stage of last week. EDUCATOR

ervation. He says that the storm W. S. CAWTHON.............'.................. Four washouts' along the A. C. L. .
sheathing will serve a double pur-

that of keeping driving rains i COLIN ENGLISH......".......................: / tracks between Palmdale and Venus
pose; prevented the train from
.f passenger
from entering the houses and will .. .,.
into Moore
coming Haven Monday.
make the houses stronger to with- ', / For Representative in the Legislative: '..,
; Mail and express was transferred to '
AY
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winds.Clewiston C 49
stand .
,);
\. Vote for one: ,:,) a truck at Venus and brought on in ,

.. here, arriving early in the afternoon.The .
Nowest CHARLIE MINER..___............. ... _. ::): ki' :
; ::, ; damage was repaired that day

.._ "' ELBERT L. STEWART.._.__............ ....... .,.. ,: and train service has continued uninterrupted Iiiy
.... .. I since. A small bridge on
stage the water in the LaBelle ,_ .:.{ : :.<,F
-. : Highway 67 north ,of Palmdale went
streets reached to the armpits of a ." For Sheriff: .\ ".. : I S
.' : ':'' ". ..1<' .- out Sunday night and caused some
tall man and several feet of waterin 7i
houseswas Vote for one: J l': .; '.:\\ little inconvenience before a tempo-
the stores and business

doing great damage to the stock .H. L. DeLANEY..........:..1....... .:..::..:. 7.' ,'\ rary crossing was made by the State r I ." ... $. ,,,,,,", mm,,
that could not be eleyated above the :-. ,r : !/ ; ; Road Department. Several local cars J f t/ :: ;:" ? ;:::1'J f.fftij

demand DOUGLAS THOMPSON.....................; '::":'';:, :. ':. marooned north of the bridge were /II; .. : .
water. Boats were in great \ "'' :: k' '::'::' : '
'," ': ,..<.:. forced to go by Okeechobee City and ;
: and while the citizens of the county- ; t ifil_ J] '1
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seat town made light of their misfor- For County Commissioner, District No.' S.i-.; ;:, :.,;' / around the other side of the Lake. to L. ,:" ':;J: '. ...\ : .' .......NNh.. ..;.>
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get here. : .
tune there seemed to be ,adequate Vote for one: ; 4' :: : .. .:...:,:.:.:._t.fENsr&IJl' ..::...:: .." ..

plies reason and for sanitary anxiety conditions over food if sup-the J. R. DOTY.., :.;: :; ::: Moore Bridges Haven'on the to LaBelle old road were from out .:tf.t.f.f:::.:::.tJ lli Jirll

the first of the week but it ,
overflow continued for long. The "" 't- was reported :f "'""" %j
ter had dropped about three inches ... MIRK POOLE................................... possible to reach the town mtJf; h:_: ?\t 3j$ tf f1}
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but after 1::4i rk!}' ::!i ,':+.:.+.:.. ..;,.:.-.h....,.....p...v-':.-::<..'-.".-
now by car only a most
Thursday night from the peak. A '
heavy rain Thursday afternoon fur For Member Board of Public ,Instruction ::,,f<-; !4! hazardous drive. Several bridges 'on I

ther aggravated conditions. _. District No. 1: .'.i(, ,,:: the Cross-State Highway were out for He a started$10,000.000 the fight appropriationfor in 1930

Heavy rains north of Clewiston Vote for one. .': .- :"; :":: as well as a portion of the pavement our schools. That fight was

to Venus caused several washoutson '; i I in the vicinity of Okoaloacoochee won this year when all schoolsran

the A. C. L. tracks between Venus ,', JIM MADDOX.: ,,. Slough so traffic has been cut off at lull terms and all teachers

and Palmdale. As a result the MRS. HOMER TAYLOR....._........__..... ".,,/J f;, i : Fred Whidden's station since ,Mon- were paid.

,. in Mon- day. The only way traffic may reach
train was unable to get on '" : > <* ;::. Under his administration

day, stopping at Venus. ''The repairs For Member Board of Public Instruc'tion '., : ::,? '!" +I Fort Myers from here at this timeis I Florida. now has the highest

)M were made that day and train serv- District No. 2: ., ', "..;. by Arcadia and Punta Gorda. percentage of accredited schoolsof
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ice has continued ; Practically all construction jobs state In the south.
i uninterrupted 1 .. ; I any ,
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since. Vote for one \ 't -,. ,_ ;, on the Caloosahatchee River are at

:'/,' The first tropical storm of the DREW HAMPTON........__...__...'.,.....:.:.....:.'}" :'' T.",'"> '- .:'. a standstill as a result of the high Oe has than accurately S 3OOOQOO distributedmore of
_ r your
: \ year was of very mild intensity and water. and federal school
i little 'the ROY MESSER................:..:........ ........ With water toward the state money
: worry was experienced by : flowing since becoming State Superin-

" residents of Clewiston. At no time Lake from the Caloosahatchee it is tendent.He .

did the reports indicate anything expected to be some time before
Is net under obligation to
: greater than gale winds and it is there is' much relief for the inundated -
the Bad Lands and said that it was 9.68 inches for the three days. Friday's any bloc, clique faction or any ..
r- doubted that the wind ever really sections around Moore Haven.
believed that they had been causedby rain measured .35 inches; commercial organization.
reached gale force here. The center According to records made over a
" fires burning in the coal between Saturday's .93 inches and Sunday's
i- of the storm passed considerably period of years,; when the canal be-
stratas of rock until the ground sank 8.40 inches. There was no cessation '
, FOR
.' south of Clewiston. it swung gins to' back up it has always run toward VOTE
rock. in the rain it contt'nu'edon
leaving the jagged pinnacles of Sunday and
rY" across the state from Fort Myers to the lake for a period of from .
He said that when he first saw the through the night in a steady
C C; Miami.: : ten to twenty-five days before it re- )
,, bad lands that he considered them downpour. At no time was there
t:: : Xo Cane Damage I verses and resumes its natural flow \V SaCAWTHON
the ugliest work of nature that he much
the -
over storm although
worry ,
f>':..: Officials of the United States Sugar I toward the Gulf. The widened canal p
had ever seen but later came, to seea
headed in this direction, for
t'. Corporation stated this week that for a portion of the distance and the
I peculiar beauty about them., ships at its center had reported on-
: there would be
! no damage to the straightening which has been accom-
'. ... He touched on the politics of the ly winds of thirty; and thirty-five!
;. cane crop by: the high water. At Ben- plished may have the effect of getting -
state and many other things of inter- miles hour. The
bow and Liberty Point camps in the per highest winds, rid of the, water more rapidly.
t est and as" a side remark said that
"': Western Division where the greatest were about 1:00 Monday morningand Road 29 from Wise's Corner to STATE SUPERINTENDENTof
the only snakes in the state were on
rainfall was recorded, 8.55 inches were not alarming. The rain was Lakeport was covered with water the
the west side of the Red River. PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONKEEP :
', '- it was at first thought that there over early Monday morning and res- first of the week for a mile this way {
Rev. Headen Is substituting hereas
f might be some damage, but the Dis- idents awakened to find plenty of from Fisheating Creek. By wadingover POUT1CS OUT

K's.: .' ston Island pumps promise to have pastor of the Community. Church water in their back yards and quitea this submerged area and taking
while the Rev. D.
;' this completely dry before any damage regular pastor number of front yards covered. The a boat on the other side Lakeport OF SCHOOLS

': can be done to the cane which I J. Williams is away on vacation. Newhall Drainage District pump at people were able "to get into Moore
.
(Paid Political Adtt: ect)
Next Wednesday night a speaker
:. is extremely hard for water to hurt. the water plant was started and has Haven but traffic was cut off com-

i";> There was an ,average rainfall of who has spent a great deal of timein been operated constantly since. The pletely. I
Mexico will give a talk on life in
: 5.34 inches Sunday in the Eastern
; '
;' Divisionwhich caused no trouble. that country. The identity of the --
speaker has not been disclosed.An .
::- [Bare Beach had 8.13 inches, Miami r
-; ingenious method of stimulat- -
, L Locks, 7.42 inches and South Bay

;, '! introduced by the' program chair IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?
. ..:" better than an inch of rain on the
aT's
:. ::/I previous day. man. Each week those attending

\ asked to put a dime in a pot. Theyare

: then given five questions, and if
First Bonus- '"
e" anyone answers all five correctly the

pot is given to them. If not it is put

Wednesday afternoons aside and accumulates from weekto

-' The greatest amount which any I week. Tried out for the first time 11 (t )

',,' ", veteran may draw, it is understood this week none, of the members were )

'::.-" is $1,580. Most of the local veterans I able to answer the questions. ,

have already borrowed against what J

they have coming or did not serve Moore Haven Has 9.33

long enough to secure the top am

:f" ount. No definite figures are available -
Inch I Rainfall in 48 HoursMoore
on the amount of money which

will be received by veterans here as I

the American Legion
has been asked
Haven
( Democrat)
i '.
to withhold this'information..
However
.M. The first tropical storm of the
there will be
many thousands season swept out, of the Gulf of Mex-
t of dollars released In the
county this ico onto the coast of Florida below
r week as a result of the bond
k ment. pay Fort Myers Sunday night, blew its

way rapidly across the peninsula and r.v .
Some Z
local veterans have .
4
signified
Iv
entered the Atlantic at Miami. Winds i
Viz'' their intentions of holding'
f theil'bonds hardly strong enough to ba consid r
for interest but
most of the ered of force
gale accompanied the
smaller ones will, no doubt, be cash- Distributor .1
disturbance
there
and dam-
was no
,
:
x ed. To do this it is
necessary for the
age from this source, but torrential
receiver of the bonds to sign them rains which fell prior to and following 'L
on the back in the That Good
presence of the I the storm are believed to have 1

postmaster and send them to Jacksonville established record for rainfall S t .
u' from a overa : 11 1' ,
where i '
payment will large area and result the .
", an a greater .
be 4G i '
made
by check. The U i
bonds are part of the vast Everglades region ,.. i1, fi .r
not transferrable and are of no value' (rxJ:.*..... fGasoline I .
from coast to coast Is 'under
whatever
to anyone other than the water, varying in depth from a few
one whose
''r name appears on the face inches to several feet. .
c of the bond. Even then he must be Moore Haven / ,
well identified before escaped unusuallywell L 7f +
payment or re- considering the excessive rain-
for
quest
payment will
be
made. fall, the heaviest recorded here since


Minister Ises -' the Friday 1926 while hurricane.the storm The rain was began jUt! 004 UUIf bASUtlKt1 LUBRICATES OFFER CVLKiBER and \VAWES\

gathering headway near Yucatan and

for centuries he rainfall recorded by Fred A.I I NOW tUEpiCAtt4 !INC EASE.S POWER fAVESVEAR I '

defying all attempts Flanders, government observer L

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